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A couple of corrections to the example fabfile.

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@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ hosts. These hosts can be defined either in the fabfile or on the command
line. In this case we will add them to the fabfile.
This is a basic first example that has the ability to upload the current
-sourcecode to the server and install it into a already existing
+sourcecode to the server and install it into a pre-existing
virtual environment::
from fabric.api import *
@@ -53,12 +53,12 @@ virtual environment::
put('dist/%s.tar.gz' % dist, '/tmp/yourapplication.tar.gz')
# create a place where we can unzip the tarball, then enter
# that directory and unzip it
- run('mkdir yourapplication')
+ run('mkdir /tmp/yourapplication')
with cd('/tmp/yourapplication'):
run('tar xzf /tmp/yourapplication.tar.gz')
- # now setup the package with our virtual environment's
- # python interpreter
- run('/var/www/yourapplication/env/bin/python setup.py install')
+ # now setup the package with our virtual environment's
+ # python interpreter
+ run('/var/www/yourapplication/env/bin/python setup.py install')
# now that all is set up, delete the folder again
run('rm -rf /tmp/yourapplication /tmp/yourapplication.tar.gz')
# and finally touch the .wsgi file so that mod_wsgi triggers
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